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ad apertura positiva

English translation: (switch with) positive opening

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Italian term or phrase:ad apertura positiva
English translation:(switch with) positive opening
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19:03 Feb 13, 2007
Italian to English translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering - Electronics / Elect Eng
Italian term or phrase: ad apertura positiva
Gli interruttori ad apertura positiva sono interruttori che non hanno nessun collegamento elastico tra i contatti mobili e l‘azionatore sul quale viene applicata la forza di azionamento.
biankonera
Latvia
Local time: 04:42
(switch with) positive opening
Explanation:
i.e. switches that are mechanically biassed towards the 'open' position

"Schaltbau Electric America
S826 Series Snap-Action Switches
The positive opening operation of S826 Series snapaction switches guarantees the forced disconnection of contacts even when stuck or welded due to overload currents, or in the unlikely event of a failure of the snapaction mechanism. (read more) "
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Robin Levey
Chile
Local time: 22:42
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(switch with) positive opening


Explanation:
i.e. switches that are mechanically biassed towards the 'open' position

"Schaltbau Electric America
S826 Series Snap-Action Switches
The positive opening operation of S826 Series snapaction switches guarantees the forced disconnection of contacts even when stuck or welded due to overload currents, or in the unlikely event of a failure of the snapaction mechanism. (read more) "

Robin Levey
Chile
Local time: 22:42
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thanks!

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